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NRC biofuel flight produces emissions reduction
Results from the world's first flight powered by 100% biofuel that met petroleum fuel specifications without blending have revealed a 50% reduction in emissions and reduced fuel consumption.
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Amendments proposed for Renewable Fuel Regulations
The federal government is proposing an amendment to the Renewable Fuels Regulations that would see a permanent national exemption from the 2% renewable content requirement in home heating oil, as well as a six-month extension to the exemption from the 2% renewable content requirement for diesel fuel for Canada's Maritime provinces.
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CRIBE Growing Ontario's Bioeconomy
From lignin to biofuels, the Centre for Research and Innovation in the Bio-economy (CRIBE) has accomplished much in four years.
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Ottawa chooses green power over more landfill
Congratulations to Ottawa mayor Jim Watson and the city's council for one of the boldest renewable energy moves in 2012. By signing a long-term waste supply contract with Plasco Energy Group, they have made a solid win-win move for company and community.
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U.S. Congress extends biofuel, biodiesel tax credits
U.S. lawmakers temporarily extended tax credits for cellulosic biofuels and biodiesel Jan. 1 as part of a legislative package negotiated with the White House to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff.
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